Israel’s Defense Minister, Yoav Gallant, has shared plans for Gaza after the Israel-Hamas conflict.

The proposal involves limited Palestinian rule, with Israel maintaining overall security control.

The “four corner” plan suggests a multinational force for reconstruction, with Egypt playing a role. However, some Israeli factions propose encouraging Palestinians to leave Gaza for Jewish settlements, a controversial idea.

Gallant’s plan faces potential rejection by Palestinian leaders who insist on local control.

The Israeli military aims for a targeted approach in the north and continued operations in the south.

The conflict persists, causing significant casualties, with differing views on Gaza’s future.

This summary is based on information from BBC News.

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